Loriane Thibodeau is an artist living in Montreal (QC, Canada). Her work is somewhere between a world of dreams and chaos, at the crossroads of vestiges of the past and memories to come. Holder of a D.E.C. in Applied arts – ceramic specialization as well as a D.E.C. in Applied arts – specialization in sculpture (CÉGEP Limoilou and Maison des métiers d’art de Québec), she also has several production and internship experiences, in the province of Québec and abroad. She is currently pursuing a BFA at Concordia University. She has given various courses and workshops and also teaches ceramics at the college level since 2017, in Quebec City and Montreal.
In addition to the underlying questions in her practice, she is carrying out research with various groups of artists (Caravane BLING BLING!, Collectif En Étrive). She is also very involved in her community, notably by being a member of the artistic committee of the Rozynski Arts Center (Way’s Mills, QC) and by being a specialist in visual arts and crafts for the Arts integration policy in architecture and environment of government and public buildings and sites (1% law) for the Quebec Ministry of Culture and Communications (Government of Quebec Province).